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#49 - Well written. Except one thing: You don't have to know the rou… 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
#47 - I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not sayi… 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
#44 - You aren't listening either. You're ranting. I didn't say anyt…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
"I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things."

Okay.
#47 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not saying anything about "it's the truth" or "i believe it's true" or "it's the only thing possible!"

All i said was that it's worth a thought. It's not a fact. Most likely. But why refuse an idea, just because it MIGHT be impossible? That's the core of philosophy. And philosophy is a great thing.
#39 - I like how you quit interesting (though pretty heated) discuss…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
What else can I do? You're not going to listen. Your final retort was literally "I believe the idea because I like it". How can I respond to that? How can ANYONE respond to that? I could give you all the evidence in the world for why the sky is blue and grass is green, but you may never want to see it that way because you "like the idea" of the sky being purple and grass being red.

So fine, whatever, if that's interesting to you then so be it, but it isn't to me, so I'm not going to continue. Okay? Okay.
#44 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
You aren't listening either. You're ranting. I didn't say anything about "i believe it". I like the idea, yeah. I'm just not dismissing an IDEA as impossible. What is exactly what you're doing. "I don't believe it, therefor it can't ever be." is the core of your posts. The Colours of sky and grass are facts. Or at least they are to those who aren't colorblind. But we were discussing guesses, observations, theories and stuff. Why can't you stay calm and just think about it without ranting and refusing everything that's not equal to your views? Are you really THAT ignorant, kid?
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
"I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things."

Okay.
#47 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not saying anything about "it's the truth" or "i believe it's true" or "it's the only thing possible!"

All i said was that it's worth a thought. It's not a fact. Most likely. But why refuse an idea, just because it MIGHT be impossible? That's the core of philosophy. And philosophy is a great thing.
#36 - And again: How the **** can you tell what confusion loo…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Okay.
#39 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I like how you quit interesting (though pretty heated) discussions about serious topics with your extremely adult "Okay."
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
What else can I do? You're not going to listen. Your final retort was literally "I believe the idea because I like it". How can I respond to that? How can ANYONE respond to that? I could give you all the evidence in the world for why the sky is blue and grass is green, but you may never want to see it that way because you "like the idea" of the sky being purple and grass being red.

So fine, whatever, if that's interesting to you then so be it, but it isn't to me, so I'm not going to continue. Okay? Okay.
#44 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
You aren't listening either. You're ranting. I didn't say anything about "i believe it". I like the idea, yeah. I'm just not dismissing an IDEA as impossible. What is exactly what you're doing. "I don't believe it, therefor it can't ever be." is the core of your posts. The Colours of sky and grass are facts. Or at least they are to those who aren't colorblind. But we were discussing guesses, observations, theories and stuff. Why can't you stay calm and just think about it without ranting and refusing everything that's not equal to your views? Are you really THAT ignorant, kid?
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
"I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things."

Okay.
#47 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not saying anything about "it's the truth" or "i believe it's true" or "it's the only thing possible!"

All i said was that it's worth a thought. It's not a fact. Most likely. But why refuse an idea, just because it MIGHT be impossible? That's the core of philosophy. And philosophy is a great thing.
#31 - And what tells you that an octopus can't memorize things? Watc…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
User avatar #33 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Are you illiterate? By how much you enjoy brown nosing I would assume you've at least read the other comments. Don't worry, I'll copy and paste it for you: "You must be a very special type of stupid if you teach a creature to unscrew a jar, it eventually does, proceeds to do so with every jar, and then the next day is once again confused by the concept, and you 'can only guess' at its memory, and shows the same pattern repeatedly among multiple experiments, members of its species, and members of different species.. Like...holy shit, man. You're not even worth debating with." This goes double for you considering you obviously can't tell the difference between boredom and confusion.

Exactly. Nobody HAS proven otherwise, thus we go with the most reasonable theory that takes the least amount of assumptions to get to; and I can PROMISE you that "having a poor memory" is a FAR better and more reasonable theory that "Nah son, every single member of this species is just bored of jars and other tests, which is why they show signs of confusion and difficulty after doing it again the next day".

Like, I get the whole hippie 'anything's possible' mentality, but it doesn't really work in the face of evidence. Luckily for me, the truth doesn't give a shit what you think about it.
#36 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
And again: How the fuck can you tell what confusion looks like ON OCTOPUSES! Ever been one yourself?

Next: Even "most reasonable theory" isn't the same as "inevitable truth". That's why it's called T-H-E-O-R-Y.

I didn't say that you're wrong. And i didn't say that i'm right. All i did was telling you that a theory isn't necessarily right or wrong and that weird things are possible.

I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things. Like "okay. We thought we got it right. Turns out we weren't. Yay, intelligent Squiddies!"
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Okay.
#39 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I like how you quit interesting (though pretty heated) discussions about serious topics with your extremely adult "Okay."
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
What else can I do? You're not going to listen. Your final retort was literally "I believe the idea because I like it". How can I respond to that? How can ANYONE respond to that? I could give you all the evidence in the world for why the sky is blue and grass is green, but you may never want to see it that way because you "like the idea" of the sky being purple and grass being red.

So fine, whatever, if that's interesting to you then so be it, but it isn't to me, so I'm not going to continue. Okay? Okay.
#44 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
You aren't listening either. You're ranting. I didn't say anything about "i believe it". I like the idea, yeah. I'm just not dismissing an IDEA as impossible. What is exactly what you're doing. "I don't believe it, therefor it can't ever be." is the core of your posts. The Colours of sky and grass are facts. Or at least they are to those who aren't colorblind. But we were discussing guesses, observations, theories and stuff. Why can't you stay calm and just think about it without ranting and refusing everything that's not equal to your views? Are you really THAT ignorant, kid?
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
"I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things."

Okay.
#47 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not saying anything about "it's the truth" or "i believe it's true" or "it's the only thing possible!"

All i said was that it's worth a thought. It's not a fact. Most likely. But why refuse an idea, just because it MIGHT be impossible? That's the core of philosophy. And philosophy is a great thing.
#28 - Not the "I'm gonna burn your house down"-angry. More… 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss 0
#26 - I like you and your views  [+] (2 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss 0
User avatar #27 - stifflimb (05/20/2015) [-]
Thanks man, dont know, I might have come off a bit angry in the later comments
#28 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
Not the "I'm gonna burn your house down"-angry. More like "You're wrong and you don't want to admit it. That's annoying. And Stupid."- angry.

And you were damn right.
#25 - Humans aren't magnetic. And then there's that guy in russia or…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/20/2015 on Agent Puss +1
User avatar #30 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Actually, humans are capable of being magnetic; we have enough minerals and metals in our body to do so.

Just as well, we can digest almost anything with stomach acid, it's the stomach LINING that prevents terribly durable things from being eaten, and that man you mention just happens to have an incredibly thick stomach. I'm not kidding, they've examined him, it's three times as thick as normal.

Crazy things do happen; but only when they're capable of happening at all. A human is not suddenly going to be 'strange' enough to start flying, nor a tiger to start speaking english, nor an octopus to have a long term memory. Why? Because we are literally incapable of these things; it has nothing to do with oddities or outliers.
#31 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
And what tells you that an octopus can't memorize things? Watching him? How do you know he's not bored to open jars all the time? He might be saying "Again? Nah. Did it yesterday."

You're judging from what you see. Nothing bad with that. But it's a mistake to think you're guesses are the truth because nobody has proven otherwise.

You never know what's inside some other creatures thoughts. Unfortunately, we can't ask the squiddies.
User avatar #33 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Are you illiterate? By how much you enjoy brown nosing I would assume you've at least read the other comments. Don't worry, I'll copy and paste it for you: "You must be a very special type of stupid if you teach a creature to unscrew a jar, it eventually does, proceeds to do so with every jar, and then the next day is once again confused by the concept, and you 'can only guess' at its memory, and shows the same pattern repeatedly among multiple experiments, members of its species, and members of different species.. Like...holy shit, man. You're not even worth debating with." This goes double for you considering you obviously can't tell the difference between boredom and confusion.

Exactly. Nobody HAS proven otherwise, thus we go with the most reasonable theory that takes the least amount of assumptions to get to; and I can PROMISE you that "having a poor memory" is a FAR better and more reasonable theory that "Nah son, every single member of this species is just bored of jars and other tests, which is why they show signs of confusion and difficulty after doing it again the next day".

Like, I get the whole hippie 'anything's possible' mentality, but it doesn't really work in the face of evidence. Luckily for me, the truth doesn't give a shit what you think about it.
#36 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
And again: How the fuck can you tell what confusion looks like ON OCTOPUSES! Ever been one yourself?

Next: Even "most reasonable theory" isn't the same as "inevitable truth". That's why it's called T-H-E-O-R-Y.

I didn't say that you're wrong. And i didn't say that i'm right. All i did was telling you that a theory isn't necessarily right or wrong and that weird things are possible.

I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things. Like "okay. We thought we got it right. Turns out we weren't. Yay, intelligent Squiddies!"
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
Okay.
#39 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I like how you quit interesting (though pretty heated) discussions about serious topics with your extremely adult "Okay."
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
What else can I do? You're not going to listen. Your final retort was literally "I believe the idea because I like it". How can I respond to that? How can ANYONE respond to that? I could give you all the evidence in the world for why the sky is blue and grass is green, but you may never want to see it that way because you "like the idea" of the sky being purple and grass being red.

So fine, whatever, if that's interesting to you then so be it, but it isn't to me, so I'm not going to continue. Okay? Okay.
#44 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
You aren't listening either. You're ranting. I didn't say anything about "i believe it". I like the idea, yeah. I'm just not dismissing an IDEA as impossible. What is exactly what you're doing. "I don't believe it, therefor it can't ever be." is the core of your posts. The Colours of sky and grass are facts. Or at least they are to those who aren't colorblind. But we were discussing guesses, observations, theories and stuff. Why can't you stay calm and just think about it without ranting and refusing everything that's not equal to your views? Are you really THAT ignorant, kid?
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (05/20/2015) [-]
"I don't even need my IQ of 137 to know that the poor-memory-thing might be quite right. But i like the idea that even our oh-so-mighty-scientists might be plain wrong in some things."

Okay.
#47 - myrrdhin (05/20/2015) [-]
I LIKE the idea. The idea. I find it interesting. I'm not saying anything about "it's the truth" or "i believe it's true" or "it's the only thing possible!"

All i said was that it's worth a thought. It's not a fact. Most likely. But why refuse an idea, just because it MIGHT be impossible? That's the core of philosophy. And philosophy is a great thing.
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Hey there, you replied to my comment on that tumblr post and Iwent to look at it, but the content was gone, so would you mind telling me what you said?
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